Printable valentines wrap

Hello! Sorry it’s been quiet here lately. I’ve been working on my new book so have had my nose to the grindstone!

I plan to post quite a few valentines ideas over the next few weeks (including a ‘new & improved’ version of that card) so do check back soon. I always add new posts to my facebook page & pinterest page so you can follow me there if it’s easier.

Anyway, here is some valentines paper for you to print (my hubby is the non-romantic type so I’m always trying to come up with something that’s not too schmaltzy )!

Printable valentines wrap

The paper is for small packages only (unless you are a whizz with double sided tape and want to stick a few sheets together). By the way, the dotted lines will only print out correctly if you set your printing preferences to ‘image’ or ‘image & text’. You can usually find these settings in the print dialog….leave a comment if you have problems ^_^.

Printable valentines wrap

Printable valentines wrap

Printable valentines wrap

Printable valentines wrap

Without further ado here are the links:

Geometric heart wrap
Geometric shapes wrap

Happy Monday all!

22 thoughts to “Printable valentines wrap”

  1. hi, i absolutely love this wrap. valentines stationery can be really quite sickening but this is so classy! also love the pop up card you made last year and can’t wait for the new improved version!
    xo adela

  2. Your blog is so lovely. I particularly liked this post and will be mentioning it on my blog.
    I have recently started a blog where I post all things design that I enjoy and want to share with like minded people. Check it out. I would love to know what you think!

    Once again. Well done on your blog!

  3. I love it – I love it – I love it!

    What a great idea!

    My husband hates all things romantic but I know he’ll love anything I get him this Valentine’s if it is wrapped in this gorgeous paper.

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  5. Thank you for posting this! I’ve been trying to find a great wrapping paper for a combo V-day/anniversary. This was PERFECT. You are very generous to share!

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